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#BlackLivesMatter #BlackTransLivesMatter Founder of @ninemusesentertainment DADS now streaming on @appletv
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  • I’m so looking forward to introducing to you all to someone who I have great respect for, has been a part of the #NineMuses creative community over the last couple of years, and is this week’s #MuseMonday guest: Isabella (Isa) Uzcátegui. ⁣

    Isa embodies what it means to truly listen to and engage with the Muse spirits that Nine Muses is named after. She (so wisely) said, “Artists have such a power of change and the more deeply personal those stories and mythologies can connect to you, the more universal they speak to other people as well.” ⁣

    @isabellauzcateguimatos is an actor, writer, and director from @tischdrama — and special treat, we were both part of @theatermitu, albeit at different times, but nevertheless both heavily influenced by the spirit of the company. ⁣

    The #MuseMonday series has been such a joy to share. Artists everywhere and of all mediums, you won’t want to miss this conversation. You can watch Isa’s full video on the @ninemusesentertainment IGTV! ✨ And while you’re there, you can catch up on previous episodes:)⁣

    #NineMuses #NineMusesEntertainment #NineMusesLab
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  • Ghosts of all dimensions, HAIM and Mac Dre on the same playlist, a letter to home, homemade revenge, and a four-course meal — welcome to #TheMuse newsletter from @ninemusesentertainment. ⁣

    One of the ways alumni of the #NineMusesLab (my NYU class) and I stay connected is through “Our Musings,” a shared list of books, shows, playlists, and recipes. I’m so excited to share ⁣⁣that experience with you all through our newsletter. ⁣⁣
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    Thank you alum for putting this all together 💜 To read the full newsletter and subscribe, visit my link in bio! 👆And in the comments below, share some of your recommendations — who knows, it might end up in our syllabus 🤷‍♀️⁣⁣⁣⁣
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    📸: @netflix, @hbomax, Chi Birmingham/ The New Yorker, @haimtheband, @theebillyporter, Beth Wren/ Forever on a Lilo and Louise Claire Johnson
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  • The Camp Fire of 2018 was nothing short of devastating for all the families who call Paradise, California, home. But the fire was most certainly not the end of their story. I distinctly remember my dad (@realronhoward) going into the Paradise community just a few days after the fire and how incredibly emotional, humbled, and inspired he felt meeting the heroic individuals of that town. @rebuildingparadisefilm documents the immensely powerful journey to recovery as this resilient community literally rebuilds from the ashes. ⁣

    I know my father and everyone involved in the film is hugely grateful for the community’s willingness to share its story. You can watch #RebuildingParadise in select theaters and virtual cinemas this Friday, July 31 — visit rebuildingparadise.film or my link in my bio to reserve your ticket! 🎟
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  • 🤯😭🥰 I’ll keep saying this because it’s 100% true — it was an honor and dream to work on @themandalorian with such an amazing group of collaborators and @dave.filoni and @jonfavreau at the helm. A special shoutout to Dana E. Glauberman, ACE, Editor and Dylan Firshein, Additional Editor for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series for the episode I directed, “Chapter 4: Sanctuary.” ⁣

    From start to finish, each and every individual working on #TheMandalorian pushed the boundaries beyond what we believed possible. The Mando family is truly special.
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  • #MuseMonday continues with @stephanie.gong! In a time with more questions than answers and in an industry that’s not your steady 9-5, I so admire how Stephanie is not afraid to face the unknown. Her conversation, “What Do You Do When You Don’t Know?” addresses exactly that and I hope it brings us some comfort about how to get comfortable with the shifts in our lives and careers. ⁣

    Stephanie says, “⁣⁣⁣It's really easy in a time such as this, where livelihoods and routines are turned completely upside down, to be afraid of an uncertain path forward. I think it's more important than ever to lean on your support system for reassurance and affirmation as well as the resources to explore different avenues you may not have noticed were there before. Take advantage of the knowledge that surrounds you and don't be afraid to ask!⁣⁣⁣⁣

    When I think of paths I want my career to steer towards, I think of Lulu Wang and her work. There's an overgeneralization of Asian Americans and Asians and their contributions to the global entertainment industry as a whole — as if the two groups were interchangeable, when that is so far from the case. As an Asian American artist, my goal is to tell the stories of my community using my own voice, while also finding ways to define the nuance that set it apart from my Asian colleagues, to properly give them accurate information as well. I remind myself of this goal constantly, especially when I'm unsure of what move to make next.⁣⁣”⁣
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    To watch Stephanie’s conversation and for all Muse Monday updates, make sure to follow @ninemusesentertainment ✨⁣

    #NineMuses #NineMusesEntertainment #NineMusesLab
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  • #ChallengeAccepted Thank you @alex.schack for nominating me ♥️ To keep the love and empowerment going, I nominate @lauradern, @notdaniellapineda, @paigecarlylehoward, but I’m also inspired by @thebirdspapaya’s challenge for you all reading this — more below 👇⁣⁣⁣
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    Perhaps you’ve been scrolling IG today and seeing so many accepting this challenge in the efforts of women supporting women. But gosh, where’s your invite? Are you being left out?⁣⁣⁣⁣
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    Here’s the truth: you don’t need to be “invited” to be accepted. You don’t have to be challenged to participate in fun little IG things. ⁣⁣⁣⁣

    Go ahead and post your beautiful black and white image of you, say I tagged you if you wanna name a person that challenged you. Maybe I’m wrecking it, but hey, I’d rather everyone know they’re included than even one be scrolling today and feeling left out. As someone always picked last on sports teams, I felt this was important today. If you want to participate, permission granted ✨#bibbitybobbityboo. ⁣⁣⁣⁣
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    You are loved. ❤️⁣⁣⁣
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    #WomenSupportingWomen
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  • It’s astonishing to see the incredible fan art that’s out there!! You all are true artists, thank you so much for sharing these! Click through for a few recent examples that blew me away 😍⁣⁣⁣⁣
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    DADS & Mandalorian: @bdh_fanart⁣⁣⁣⁣
    Jurassic World: @marvel.__.edits._⁣⁣
    Nosedive: @digitaltoonss⁣
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  • Last year, Alma Har’el, founder of Free the Bid, launched @freethework, a searchable global database making a remarkable impact on the entertainment industry by bringing underrepresented creators — women, people of color, LGBTQ+ and disabled folks — to the center. ⁣

    Check out my playlist, *~ Women Creators Taking Charge of Sci-Fi & Fantasy ~* and get ready to be transported to worlds you have never seen before 🔮✨⚡️ Link in bio! ⁣

    #FREETHEWORK #underrepresentedcreators
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  • The #NWSL is coming to LA!! ⚽️ When we can fill stadiums again, you know where I’ll be 🙌⁣⁣⁣
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    This is all thanks to an incredible group of folks including @natalieportman, Kara Nortman, Julie Uhrman, @alexisohanian, @serenawilliams, @uzoaduba, @jessicachastain, @americaferrera, @jennifer.garner, @evalongoria, @lilly, @glennondoyle — plus 14 former @uswmt soccer players, including Mia Hamm and @abbywambach. ⁣⁣⁣
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    If there’s an all-star team, this is it ^ — congratulations everyone! #LFG @weareangelcity ⁣⁣
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    📸: @natalieportman
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  • What’s so inspiring about the #NineMusesLab students is how they as a community continue to support each other, especially as artists navigating this new landscape and way of collaborating. I’m grateful that we’re able to spotlight some of the alum and their ideas and work as part of #MuseMonday with @ninemusesentertainment.

    First up is Tyaela Nieves (@tyaelanieves)! You can watch her full conversation, “Giving Yourself Permission to Go Slowly” on the @ninemusesentertainment IGTV.

    Tyaela says, “I have always considered myself an interdisciplinary artist because my passion for writing, directing, acting, performance, and collaboration exceeds any box someone might try to stuff me into. I believe that any role in a room can be a creative role and I’ve learned that after years of dipping my hands into many pools, including crew and wardrobe.

    Post grad is a time to question what you’ve learned, what you want, and what you bring to the table. Add a global pandemic and a people’s revolution to that and you get a time that demands that you remain open to what life is giving you. We all have an idea of what we want for our futures, but the greatest artists I know have all ended up somewhere they couldn’t have expected.”

    And for all Muse Monday updates, make sure to follow @ninemusesentertainment 🌟☺️

    #NineMuses #NineMusesEntertainment
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  • “I say to people today, 'You must be prepared if you believe in something. If you believe in something, you have to go for it. As individuals, we may not live to see the end.'” — Rep. John Lewis (1940-2020), a committed leader of the Civil Rights Movements who reminded us to always stir up #GoodTrouble. Here’s a snapshot of his extraordinary life, leadership, service, and light: ⁣

    February 21, 1940: John Lewis was born (a blessing to the world) to parents who were sharecroppers. ⁣

    1957: As a student, learned about nonviolent protest and helped organize sit-ins at segregated lunch counters. ⁣

    1961: Participated in the Freedom Rides, a series of protests through the American South against the segregation of bus terminals. ⁣

    1963: Became Chairman of the SNCC and as one of the "Big Six" leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, helped plan the March on Washington at which Lewis was the youngest speaker at the event.⁣

    1965: To bring attention to voter disenfranchisement, Lewis and Hosea Williams led a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. After crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the marchers were attacked by state troopers. Lewis was severely beaten, suffering a fractured skull. ⁣

    1970: Became director of the Voter Education Project that registered millions of minoritized voters. ⁣

    1986: Elected to the House of Representatives and ever since has called for and led healthcare reform, measures to fight poverty, improvements in education, and renewals of the Voting Rights Act. ⁣

    July 17, 2020: John Lewis passed away, leaving a legacy for generations to come. His work continues with all of us. #RIPJohnLewis
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  • In preparation for the #NineMusesLab this fall, the class and I have been brainstorming ways to adapt to a remote semester. While we don’t have all the answers, this edition of #TheMuse newsletter includes resources for remote creating as well as articles about theatre, film, and television industry updates. Check out the link in my bio to read the full newsletter and subscribe! 👆⁣

    📸: @zendaya, @gurinder.chadha, @paolosorrentino_real, Beth Hall for @nytimes, and @hitrecordjoe
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  • To be an American on British soil on the Fourth of July in 2020 is an opportunity to ask myself, what are we celebrating? History is being made today. Our gift was the design of our forefathers, but we are the mothers and fathers of America’s future — so what do we envision possible?⁣⁣
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    Below are powerful quotes from ”Black, on the Fourth of July” by John Sloan (@jsloan3), the Co-Lead Organizer @blmdetroit. I encourage you to read the full article and also check out “Resistance is Patriotism on the Fourth of July” by Ibram X. Kendi. Both links in my bio! 👆⁣⁣
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    “I want to love my country with an unfailing faith. But the older I get, the harder that becomes.” ⁣⁣
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    “I could not find my way to celebrating the birth of a nation that was stolen through genocide. I struggled to find joy in a struggle for freedom by a nation that would continue to build its economic wealth on the backs of slaves.”⁣⁣
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    “My struggle lies in the dichotomy of celebrating a holiday’s overarching ideal (‘freedom from tyranny’, for example) and the truth of its origin.”⁣⁣
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    “I cannot, with any integrity, celebrate the America that existed in 1776.”⁣⁣
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    “In these moments I think of my Grandfather, John Sloan Sr. — a Purple Heart Tuskegee Airman. ‘We volunteered’ he said, ‘because we thought that if we proved ourselves…there would be no way they could deny us our rights when we came home. You know what? We were wrong.’ He could have left it at that, allowing his fifteen-year-old grandson to carry a diminished idea of the nation he had fought to defend. But that wasn’t my grandfather. ‘America,’ he continued ‘isn’t the land, it’s an idea. It’s a glorious experiment that seeks to prove one truth: Everyone has rights, and Everyone is equal.’”⁣⁣
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    “... when I celebrate a national holiday, I will fight to rejoice in the journey that is the idea, even while bearing with the wounds that its implementation has sought to create.” ⁣⁣
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    Thank you to Mr. Sloan and Dr. Kendi and to all the courageous individuals and patriots on this day who continue to fight for our collective freedom and a liberated American future.⁣⁣
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    🎥: From @npr, inspired by @we.are.whitmanalabama
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  • “This is something that as a society we have to acknowledge: the importance of what a father means. And then we have to also think about trying to create a society that facilitates them doing their best. Because at his best, a father provides a kind of consistent sense of safety, and therefore possibility.” — @realronhoward⁣

    We love you Dads and we’re ready to step up and support you ♥️ #DadsToday
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  • “To me... [my dad] is the first man on the moon.” 😭♥️ So many #DadsToday have been inspired by their own remarkable fathers. Robert Selby is a heroic individual and it was such a joy and honor to profile his family in my new documentary feature Dads, available now on @appletv.
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  • 🎵 Clean up the toys, girls and boys. Put it away. Don’t take all day. 🎵 ⁣

    Dads and Parents reading this! What are some fun tricks, games, and songs you use to get your kids to do chores?? (asking for a friend 😉)⁣

    #DadsToday are more involved than ever. Stay-at-home dad @beleafmel shares his thoughts on the role of fatherhood.
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  • "We are the power source, the energy machines need[ed] to Keep Soul Alive in the world." — Dr. #BarbaraAnnTeer. ⁣⁣⁣Thank you all for tuning in today to the @natblacktheatre takeover!⁣

    In 1991, Dr. Teer wrote a "Letter to the Future" as an invitation to its readers to build a world that is rooted in the beauty of true equity and parity. ⁣This is the work of #NBT — creating and holding space for over half a century for Black artists to radically write and dream their way into the future, beyond surviving. ⁣

    Through July 18, NBT is celebrating Founder's Month with a conversation series around Dr. Teer's legacy and the launch of the VISION Forward Campaign. You can check out @natblacktheatre's page to learn more about ways to support :)⁣

    🎥: An original commission of an audiovisual sound collage of Dr. Teer's "Letter to the Future" created by ricardo iamuuri robinson (@lavenderfreddy) in collaboration with the National Black Theatre team and its archive. ⁣

    #NBT #KeepSoulAlive
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  • Sade Lythcott (@sade1111), CEO of @natblacktheatre and daughter of its founder, Dr. Barbara Ann Teer, brilliantly speaks to the legacy and future of NBT -- and really the potentiality of storytelling when artists tap into the intersectional, complicated, glorious, deeply human, radically imaginative, and powerfully transformative nature of what we do. ⁣

    NBT is about “creating a kaleidoscope of Black lifestyle so that we can be humanized. This idea of humanizing through radical, unapologetic Black narratives really set the framework for human transformation. This idea that when we see each other as brother and sister, truly, because these stories hit at the core of all of our souls, we begin to have different conversations. So parity and equity look completely different when we share a human story, as opposed to investing in tropes that keep us marginalized." -- Sade Lythcott⁣

    🎥: 112BK (@brictv) with @mackenzie_fegan⁣
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  • Last year, @natblacktheatre presented the world premiere of 125th & FREEdom, written, directed, and choreographed by Ebony Noelle Golden (@ebonynoellegolden). It was an immersive, participatory, cultural experience that asked, "If Harriet Tubman were alive today, how would she free Black people?" ⁣⁣
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    Part performance, processional, and protest, this piece was nothing short of EPIC with pop-ups all along 125th Street from 1st Ave. to Riverside Park. #125thandFREEdom is an act of remembrance and liberation. You can visit National Black Theatre's Facebook page to view a reunion conversation between the creator, cast members, and some of NBT's original liberators (company members).⁣⁣
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    📸: Loreto Jamlig (@still1)⁣⁣
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  • Happy Sunday :) Today I'm dedicating my Instagram to the National Black Theatre (@natblacktheatre)! Located in the heart of Harlem, New York, National Black Theatre’s values and offerings are nothing short of inspiring. ⁣⁣⁣
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    Visionary Dr. #BarbaraAnnTeer founded National Black Theatre (#NBT) in 1968 because she whole-heartedly believed in the power of Black Theatre to uplift, strengthen, and heal Black communities. She called the theatre, “Your Home Away From Home” and envisioned NBT as a liberating arts space for Black artists to create transformational theatrical experiences about their cultural identity. NBT was the first revenue-generating Black arts complex in the country! ⁣⁣⁣
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    Dr. Teer passed in 2008 and now her daughter Sade Lythcott (@sade1111) continues the legacy as CEO, which makes NBT amongst the longest continually operated theatres run by a Black woman! ⁣⁣⁣
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    Aside from the theatre's productions, I especially love @natblacktheatre's Instagram page where you can find morning affirmations every day (swipe through to see some of my recent favorites). I hope you'll stay tuned with me throughout the day for more of NBT's past work, upcomming programming, and wise words from their founder and leadership team.⁣
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    📸: (1) Dr. Barbara Ann Teer (2) Sade Lythcott (3-4) NBT Morning Affirmations ⁣⁣
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  • Congratulations @amanda.s.kingsley & @alloraflowers! 🌱🌾 Read about Allora Farm & Flowers’ exciting efforts to shorten the supply chain by supplying restaurants (and now homes!) with ingredients that they sustainably forage from the acres that they lease. Their Wild Box is delicious ☺️ The full @newyorkermag article is in my bio 👆
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  • It’s been such a memorable Father’s Day weekend and I hope it’s been the same for you. To all the fathers, father figures, and people in between who fill the spaces of a father — thank you. ⁣

    Thank you for being there, thank you for supporting your families, thank you for being dad. ⁣

    To say I’m blessed to have such incredible fathers in my life feels like such an understatement. Father’s Day 2020 is definitely an unforgettable one ♥️
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  • The #FathersDay celebration continues thanks to #AFIMovieClub’s pick of the day: #Parenthood! Keep the movie marathon going at AFI.com/movieclub to view and join the conversation 🎬 @AmericanFilmInstitute
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